RIM Provides More Details About BlackBerry 10
Research In Motion today revealed more specifics regarding its forthcoming BlackBerry 10 platform. Speaking at its BlackBerry Jam conference in San Jose, the company revealed two main concepts behind the new platform, which are called BlackBerry Hub and BlackBerry Flow. BlackBerry Hub serves as a main inbox — or messaging hub — where all communications are accessible, whether it be email, SMS, BBM, or social networking updates. The Hub is always running and can be accessed via specific on-screen gestures with a single finger. BlackBerry Flow is how the user interface and finger gestures combine so that users may interact with their device and switch from app to app seamlessly without requiring a home app screen. RIM also showed off how the new BlackBerry Messenger will work. It has received a visual overhaul that places greater emphasis on adding imagery (contact thumbnails, etc.) for a more immersive experience. RIM also showed off the new on-screen keyboard, which allows users to switch between languages quickly; as well as talked about BlackBerry Balance, which will further help BlackBerry users separate their work and personal information on the device. RIM is offering revised tools to developers today, and is updating the version of BB10 running on the developer alpha devices.
BlackBerry Expands Hub+ to More Android Phones
BlackBerry today made its BlackBerry Hub+ suite of enterprise applications available to a wider range of devices. At the same time, it added five more apps to the suite.
BlackBerry Hub Adapts to the Dark
BlackBerry today pushed out an update to its BlackBerry Hub application for Android devices. The most obvious change is the addition of a dark theme.
BlackBerry Priv Gets a Taste of Marshmallow
BlackBerry today said Priv owners can expect to see the Android 6.0 Marshmallow system update hit their devices in the days ahead. BlackBerry has been testing Marshmallow on the Priv for a couple of weeks.
BlackBerry Offering Privacy Shade Tool to All Hub+ Subscribers
BlackBerry today outlined several changes headed to its suite of Android applications, including the general availability of the Privacy Shade. The Privacy Shade was first made available only to BlackBerry-branded handsets, but will soon be available to any Android handset that relies on the BlackBerry Hub+ service.
BlackBerry Offers Its Secure Hub to Android Phones
BlackBerry today announced BlackBerry Hub+, a software offering that brings the company's BBOS 10-based messaging control center to all Android devices running 6.0 Marshmallow and up. The bundle includes BlackBerry Hub, Calendar, and Password Keeper and is available on a trial basis for free for 30 days.
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